A little Overweight? Here are 5 Sex Positions to Have Sex Comfortably


Whether you’re a bit on the bigger side, your partner is, or you both are, these are options that take bodies into account that need a bit more space and support than the couples that sex position lists target.

1. Sex In A Sling

If one or both of you need a little more support, using a sex sling to keep certain body parts raised will help get the job done. A sex sling can help if both partners have larger tummies. She will be able to keep her legs in the air longer while he is inside of her, and the straps of the sling can give them both more momentum — and it can help keep him from worrying about his belly.

2. Edging On The Bed

If you have a high enough bed or can make it higher somehow, you can lay on your back with your hips just over the edge of the bed. He can stand and go straight into you while he either holds your legs or you rest them on his shoulders or wrap them around him. His belly will be completely out of the way, plus he won't need to hold himself up.

3. Doggy Style On Hind Legs

There are plenty of benefits to doing it like they do on the discovery channel. Especially for the ladies, since this position allows for front wall stimulation — upping the chance you'll hit her G-spot. This is definitely one of the easiest to try, and the one you should experiment with. The woman is on hands and knees in this position, which allows the man to enter from behind while kneeling behind her. But he can also be standing on the floor, with the woman in the bed, if this makes it easier. To up your comfort level even more, using a doggy style strap will further help your cause.

4. Midnight Snack

One way to overcome bedroom anxiety is to take things out of the bedroom all together. Doing it in the kitchen can provide a much-needed change of scene — plus access to a handy prop that'll help you achieve deeper penetration. Use your kitchen step stool to position your partner's leg on for sex. This eliminates the need for your partner to hold their leg up in the air or for you to hold the limb. This trick can be used for face to face or facing away sex. Not to mention, doing it in the kitchen is very convenient for when the two of you are done working up an appetite.

5. The Elevated Starfish

If you're carrying around a few extra pounds, you don't want to attempt the normal starfish — where the woman lays flat on her stomach and the guy lays on top of her, and enters her while sprawled out on top. But Matt, 26, says that a modified version of the starfish has been his go-to way of pleasing his woman. "I have her lay out on the bed butt up, down by the end of the bed," he says. "She's short so she's not awkwardly standing; she's just got her legs hanging off kind of. I give it to her standing up, which takes my gut out of the equation. Plus it's easier than doggy-style because I'm not putting extra weight on my knees, or leaning my body over her, which would end up hitting the top of her anyway."

Non-Coital Stimulation

If coitus proves to be too uncomfortable or not exciting enough, the partners can turn to non-coital forms of stimulation.  These sexual practices also tend to be easier than coitus when both partners are overweight.  Partners can engage in mutual masturbation, where they manually stimulate each other’s genitals.  Over the years, oral sex has become more popular.  Fellatio, oral stimulation of the penis, occurs when one person inserts their penis into their partner’s mouth.  The partner moves the penis in and out of their mouth, keeping their lips somewhat pursed to provide stimulation.  The tongue can also be used to stimulate sensitive portions of the penis such as the corona and the frenulum.

Cunnilingus, oral stimulation of the vulva, is another option.  The woman’s partner uses their tongue and lips to stimulate her vulva.  The tongue is a useful tool in stimulation because it is wet, soft, and extremely mobile.  Another oral sex option would be to engage in the “69” position.  In this position, both partners perform simultaneous oral sex. In this position, partners can be side-by-side or one partner can be on top as the other lays on their back.  Coitus is not necessary for each partner to be fully sexually satisfied.

Plenty of Fun For All

There are plenty of fun sexually stimulating activities for lovers to enjoy, but the key is to find positions that are exciting and comfortable to engage in.  New positions can be exciting for couples; but often, the best sex comes when individuals find what is truly best for them and their bodies.  If you are comfortable enough to engage in sexual activity with your partner

Self Love

Sex can be much more pleasurable and intimate when you learn to love yourself and your body.  Self-love does not have one simple definition because there is no endpoint that you have to reach in order to accept yourself.  It is important to learn to love yourself as you are in this moment.  Know that you do not need validation from anyone but yourself because you are the only person who knows what makes you truly happy.  Lastly, surround yourself with people who encourage you to have a positive body image.  Friends, family, and partners should support you, encourage you, and bring positivity to your life.  Find sexual partners who build you up and encourage you to feel positively about yourself and your body.  Self-love is a journey, so do not be ashamed of your past or your struggles.  Learning to love your body will help free your mind and allow for positive sexual encounters.

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